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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- The Mary Rose
This course examines the Mary Rose, the ship which sank in 1545 and was raised in 1982, looking at the excavation and preservation of the ship, and the people on board. We will have an all-day trip to Portsmouth to see the Mary Rose.
- Amazonian Anthropology
This course focuses on contemporary Amazonian societies, their cosmo-vision, lifestyles, political and ritual life with all their regional and ethnic particularities.
- Religion, Magic and Medicine in Antiquity
Discover how magic was an essential aspect of life in the ancient world through a variety of sources ranging from curse tablets and magic handbooks to folktales and literary classics. Even the word 'magic' is more elusive than you had ever realized!
- Marine Development and the Historic Environment
This course will provide an introduction to how the historic environment should be included within coastal and marine development projects.
- Short Course in Radiocarbon Calibration and Bayesian Analysis
In association with the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit. This course is aimed at all who use radiocarbon dating in their research and wish to make better use of related information in the calibration and interpretation of their dates.
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